Lifeplan - Beta Carotene Complex, 60 Capsules

Lifeplan - Beta Carotene Complex, 60 capsules
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Lifeplan - Beta Carotene Complex, 60 Capsules

Brand - Lifeplan
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Quick Description

Healthy skin is beautiful skin. Have it with Lifeplan Beta Carotene Complex, a combination of nutrients that helps keep skin, hair and immune system healthy.

Key Information

  • Promotes skin health
  • Supports immune system
  • With beta-carotene
  • Has copper for normal pigmentation of skin and hair
  • Keeps cells healthy

Product Overview

Keep your skin and immune system healthy with Lifeplan Beta Carotene Complex.
Lifeplan Beta Carotene Complex contains beta carotene, a precursor to vitamin A, involved in maintaining vision, skin and immune function.

Enhanced with copper, Lifeplan Beta Carotene Complex can aid in maintaining normal skin and hair pigmentation, which can prevent premature aging and greying.

Copper can also help protect cells from oxidative stress to keep the nervous system functioning normally and to help you achieve stronger and healthier skin.

Lifeplan Beta Carotene Complex also has lutein, a pigment that works with beta carotene to protect the eyes and skin from ultraviolet rays. It can also help maintain skin hydration and an even skin tone.

Wanting to get your glow back? Start from within. Take Lifeplan Beta Carotene Complex.


Bulking Agent (Maltodextrin), Beta Carotene (Dunaliella Salina) (Modified Starch, Beta Carotene, Corn Starch, Sucrose, Dl-alpha tocopherol (Soya**), Ascorpyl Palmitate), Vegetarian Capsule Shell (Hydroxy Propyl Methyl Cellulose) Lutein Powder (Lutein, Dicalcium Phosphate, Maltodextrin), Magnesium Stearate, Copper (Cupric Sulphate).

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the source of beta carotene in Lifeplan Beta Carotene Complex?

The beta carotene in Lifeplan Beta Carotene Complex is derived from an algae that creates carotenoids. It is called Dunaliella salina as it thrives in highly saline environments. The beta-carotene in these organisms protect them from sunlight, and it is this same pigment that makes it a popular antioxidant.